A very stylish Art Deco necklace that was made in the 1920s in Germany. Germany’s centre for the manufacture of jewellery was Phortzeim in the Black Forrest and many notable pieces were produced by well known designers such as Theodor Fahrner. This necklace has been set with a carved carnelian stone which is a type of agate that was popular then as the colour went with the fashions. The geometric silver mount is studded with graded marcasite (iron pyrites) It looks stunning when worn.
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Art Deco Silver, Carnelian & Marcasite Necklace
|Date & Origin||Art Deco (1920-1935), German|
|Measurements||Pendant height 4.2 cm|
Width 2 cm
Chain length 39 cm
|Hallmarks||Pendant marked Sterling|
Chain unmarked, tested to silver
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